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Navy Yard shooting - Williamson County smoking ban - White House firecracker arrest

The story of a shooting in Washington D.C. Monday continues to develop. The story of a shooting in Washington D.C. Monday continues to develop.
Williamson County will be cracking down on smoking in some public places. Williamson County will be cracking down on smoking in some public places.
2 Illinois volunteers will be sent to help out with the flooding in Colorado. 2 Illinois volunteers will be sent to help out with the flooding in Colorado.

Good morning to you!

Here's what we're working on bringing you on the Breakfast Show:

Thirteen people are dead after a shooting at the Washington D.C. Navy Yard. We'll have the latest for you throughout the show.

Then at 5:08, Williamson County is preparing to get tough on smoking in bars and lounges.

Catch the newest developments on the flooding in Colorado at 5:16.

At 5:33, crews in central Illinois are trying to figure out how to get a crumpled train out of the Spoon River.

Parents who struggle to get their children to fall asleep are turning to a new synthetic hormone. We'll have a special report on this new trend at 5:43.

Miley Cyrus has parted ways with her fiance. Details at 5:52.

The search for a missing boater on the Mississippi River has entered day two. Join us at 6 for the latest.

Following that, new details on the Breakfast Show about seven Union County residents behind bars on heroin and meth charges.

I'll have a special report at 6:15 about scams and how you can avoid falling prey to them.

A man was arrested at the White House on Monday just hours after the deadly Navy Yard shooting for throwing fire crackers. More on this at 6:28.

Join us for 12 minutes of commercial-free news starting at 6:45.

Tuesday's headlines include a reward for a missing New Madrid woman, changes to the Illinois governor race, and much more.

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Have a nice morning!

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